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Special to OneWed by Lisa W. for FiftyFlowers.com We already broke down how to create 5 of the fabulous holiday-inspired DIY wedding flower projects. And today, we've got the how to's on the remaining 5! DIY Wedding Flowers Project 6- Fresh Flower-Adorned Ring Bearer Pillow Materials • Small, round pillow • Two stems Spray roses • Straight pins • Floral shears Ring... (more)
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Last week, we featured a festive holiday-inspired red and green wedding with 10 simple DIY wedding flower projects from FiftyFlowers! Today we've got the step-by-step how to on DIY'ing the first 5 fabulous wedding flower projects. And later this week, we'll walk you through the next 5! DIY Wedding Flowers Project 1- Luxurious and Holiday-Inspired Amaryllis Bridal Bouquet Materials... (more)
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Special to OneWed from wedding photographer Jonathon Smith on behalf of Blurb. 1. Remember the detail shots Don’t forget the detail shots for your wedding book. Think about things like the bouquet, something borrowed something blue, the back of the wedding dress, the rings, etc. These might be that last photographs that you would consider as most of the pictures in your book will have... (more)
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A tea party may sound old fashioned, but it's still a great bridal shower theme. Check out some of these amazing new recipes to add a little spice to your bridal shower. From Karter Louis of Hillbilly Tea in Louisville, Ky. White bean and sage fritters 2 cups cooked great northern beans 3 teaspoon finely chopped fresh sage 3 garlic cloves, crushed 1 teaspoon grated lemon zest 1... (more)
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Dear experts, My wedding is in 29 days and I have yet to come up with ideas as to how to decorate my reception. We are having both the ceremony and reception at my mother-in-law’s church. The reception is in their "hall" which is actually a basketball court with a stage and kitchen (which our caterer will use). HOW DO I DECORATE A BASKETBALL COURT!? I want the reception to tie in with... (more)
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Dear Wedding Maven, I'm engaged to a wonderful guy, but I have an odd problem. His family is rather traditional, and his mother expects us to have a "normal" traditional, Christian wedding. I'm far more in favor of a gothic handfasting, but I know that my fiancé will be disowned if I do anything too outrageous. I really don't want to cause any problems, but it's my day, and I truly don't... (more)
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Ask the Experts is your chance to get your wedding questions answered by a panel of wedding professionals. If you need wedding advice write asktheexperts@onewed.com Dear Experts, It’s always looks a little silly to me when the bridesmaids dresses match the tablecloths, which match the centerpieces, which match the groomsmen’s ties, etc. So, I was thinking I just wouldn’t have... (more)
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Ask the Experts is your chance to get all your wedding questions answered by a panel of wedding professionals. If you have a question for our wedding experts, write us at asktheexperts@onewed.com Dear Ask the Experts, Every article I read gives different advice about what sorts of things you can and can’t DIY. In your experience, what are the best things to DIY, and what are the best... (more)
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Ask the Experts is your chance to get your specific wedding questions answered by a variety of wedding professionals. If you have a question for our panel of experts write asktheexperts@onewed.com. Dear Ask the Experts, My fiancé and I want a mix of Caribbean and Filipino food at our wedding. We are going to have a buffet for 150 guests, and are ordering food from two different places. I... (more)
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Ask the Experts is you chance to get professional wedding advice from OneWed’s panel of wedding experts. If you have a question write asktheexperts@onewed.com. Dear Experts I’m getting married in January in Chicago (I know, but we don’t have a lot of out of town guests, so I’m not worried about the weather). I’m on a tight budget but most of the DIY advice I see for flowers and... (more)
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